• Fruit Tree Mites Tetranychi  97% Bifenazate Insecticide CAS No 149877-41-8
    • Fruit Tree Mites Tetranychi  97% Bifenazate Insecticide CAS No 149877-41-8
  • Fruit Tree Mites Tetranychi  97% Bifenazate Insecticide CAS No 149877-41-8

    Fruit Tree Mites Tetranychi 97% Bifenazate Insecticide CAS No 149877-41-8

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    Place of Origin: China
    Brand Name: Heyi
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    Product Name: Bifenazate 97% Technical Color: White
    State: Powder Density: 1.32
    Application: Technical Storage: Keep In Cool And Dry Place
    Melting Point: 122-124°C Sample: Free Sample For Quality Test
    Classification: Insecticide Solubility: Soluble In Water
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    Fruit Tree Mites Tetranychi 97% Bifenazate Insecticide CAS No 149877-41-8

    Bifenazate 97% Technical Is Effective On A Variety Of Mites And All Life Stages Of Tetranychi In Fruit Tree

     

    Bifenazate is a carboxylic ester obtained by formal condensation of 2-(4-methoxy[1,1'-biphenyl]-3-yl)hydrazinecarboxylic acid with 2-propanol. It has a role as an acaricide. It derives from a carbazic acid. It derives from a hydride of a biphenyl

    Bifenazate is a white or beige crystalline solid. It is odorless or has a slight odor. Bifenazate is moderately soluble in water. USE: Bifenazate is an insecticide. It is primarily used in greenhouses and nurseries. EXPOSURE: Workers that use bifenazate may breathe in mists or have direct skin contact. The general population may have been exposed by consumption of foods containing bifenazate residues. Bifenazate released to air will be in or on particles that eventually fall to the ground. It is expected to be broken down by sunlight. It will not move into air from moist soil and water surfaces. It is expected to move slowly through soil. It will be broken down slowly by microorganisms, and is expected to build up in fish. RISK: Data on the potential for bifenazate to produce toxic effects in humans were not available. Bifenazate is not a skin irritant and is a minimal eye irritant in laboratory animals. Minimal to no toxicity was observed in laboratory animals that breathed, ingested, or had direct skin contact with bifenazate for a short period. Changes in the blood, mild liver toxicity, and decreased body weight were observed in laboratory animals fed moderate levels of bifenazate overtime. Changes in the blood and decreased body weight were also observed in laboratory animals following repeated skin exposure to high doses of bifenazate. No evidence of abortion of birth defects were observed in laboratory animals exposed to bifenazate during pregnancy. Data on the potential for bifenazate to cause infertility were not available. Data on the potential for bifenazate to cause cancer in laboratory animals were not available. The potential for bifenazate to cause cancer in humans has not been assessed by the U.S. EPA IRIS program, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, or the U.S. National Toxicology Program 14th Report on Carcinogens

    Bifenazate Miticide Insecticides provide outstanding control of a variety of mite pests on plants in greenhouse, shadehouses, nursery, field, landscape and Interiorscape settings. Bifenazate is effective on a variety of mites and all life stages of Tetranychid spider mites. Bifenazate produces quick knockdown through contact activity and long residual control of more than 28 days. Bifenazate is easy on predacious mites and beneficial insects, making it ideal forof use in IPM and resistance management programs.

     

    Bifenazate has a unique mode of action as a member of the Carbazates class of chemistry. Floramite SC is a fast-acting, broad-spectrum miticide. Bifenazate is effective on a wide range of mites and all life stages of Tetranychid spider mites

     

    Common name
    Bifenazate
    Chemical name
    1-methylethyl 2-(4-methoxy[1,1'-biphenyl]-3-yl)hydrazinecarboxylate
    CAS No
    149877-41-8
    Molecular formula
    C17H20N2O3
     
     
     
     
    Application
    Bifenazate is a novel selective foliar spraying acaricides.
    The mechanism for the mites is the central nervous system of a conduction aminobutyric acid (GABA) receptors .
    It is effective for various life stages of mites.It has ovicidal activity and knockdown activity against adult mites (48 ~ 72h).
    It has long validity to 14 days .
    Low risk for parasitic wasps, predatory mites and lacewings .
    Control of phytophagous mites (both eggs and motile stages) on crops including citrus, tree fruits,vines, hops, nuts, vegetables, ornamentals, cotton and maize. Proposed use rates are 0.25-0.75 kg/ha

     

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